2021 Audi e-tron GT: The Porsche-Based EV Sports Car


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What It Is: This week, outgoing Audi Sport chief Stephan Winkelmann confirmed that Audi Sport—the division previously known as Quattro GmbH—will launch a fully electric model by late 2020. Although he failed to provide more details, we know he is talking about a low-slung, powerful four-door EV that shares much with the Porsche Mission E (internal code J1) and developed at Audi Sport, known internally as the e-tron GT. READ MORE ››


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